NOTICE: This configuration command has not yet been configured for the current cluster mode (Machine esa2.hc3033-47.iphmx.com).
What would you like to do? 1. Switch modes to edit at mode "Cluster Hosted_Cluster". 2. Start a new, empty configuration at the current mode (Machine esa2.hc3033-47.iphmx.com). 3. Copy settings from another cluster mode to the current mode (Machine esa2.hc3033-47.iphmx.com). >
Outbreak Filters: Enabled
Choose the operation you want to perform: - SETUP - Change Outbreak Filters settings. - CLUSTERSET - Set how the Outbreak Filters are configured in a cluster. - CLUSTERSHOW - Display how the Outbreak Filters are configured in a cluster. > setup
Outbreak Filters: Enabled Would you like to use Outbreak Filters? [Y]>
Outbreak Filters enabled.
Outbreak Filter alerts are sent when outbreak rules cross the threshold (go above or back down below), meaning that new messages of certain types could be quarantined or will no longer be quarantined, respectively.
Would you like to receive Outbreak Filter alerts? [Y]> y
What is the largest size message Outbreak Filters should scan? >
Do you want to use adaptive rules to compute the threat level of messages? [Y]>
Logging of URLs is currently enabled.
Do you wish to disable logging of URL's? [N]>
Web Interaction Tracking is currently enabled.
Do you wish to disable Web Interaction Tracking? [N]>
The Outbreak Filters feature is now globally enabled on the system. You must use the 'policyconfig' command in the CLI or the Email Security Manager in the GUI to enable Outbreak Filters for the desired Incoming and Outgoing Mail Policies.